Guided History Tours

Every spring and fall, the Huntsville/Madison County Convention & Visitors Bureau shows off Huntsville and Madison through its free walking tours. Tours are guided by local experts and focus on the historic districts of both cities.

If you’re planning a visit to the area in April or October, you should definitely save room in your vacation itinerary for these annual free events. They’re popular for both visitors and locals. Plus, did we mention they’re free?

Free guided history tours like these are part of the Alabama Tourism Department’s walking tours initiative – and Alabama is the first state to coordinate such annual, state-wide events.

April 2018 Tour Dates & Locations

Saturday, April 7:

Twickenham Historic District

10 a.m. departure from the Confectionery Shop at Alabama Constitution Village

Tour Guide: Van Brown

Saturday, April 14: 

Twickenham Historic District

10 a.m. departure from the Confectionery Shop at Alabama Constitution Village

Tour Guide: Jan Williams

Saturday, April 21: 

Downtown Madison

10 a.m. departure from the Little Roundhouse Gazebo

Tour Guide: Walt Anderson

Saturday, April 28:

Downtown Madison

10 a.m. departure from the Little Roundhouse Gazebo

Tour Guide: Jim Norton

 

*No tickets or reservations are needed for walking tours. Just bring yourself (and your thirst for historical knowledge!)

 

 

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